Singer-songwriter Kevin Brown makes his home in rural Northeastern Washington state, not too far from the farms where two sets of great-grandparents settled a century ago. Living amidst the Ponderosa Pine forests and rivers that spill out of the Selkirk Mountains, it's not surprising that Landscape and Place play an important part in Kevin's songs. But the rich natural world of the surroundings is not just a backdrop, but also serves as a metaphor for exploring the landscapes of the heart and soul -- faith, family, love, the passage of time, and the interwoven fabric of earth and humanity. Brown made his debut as a songwriter in 2010 with his album "The County Primaries", followed by "The Beloved Country" in 2012 and "Book of Skies" in 2015. No Depression said about Book of Skies “If this were an album of photographs, they would be beautiful, majestic ones that reach down deep into the soul. A strong contender for one of the best releases of Americana music by a singer-songwriter this year.”
Kevin also hosts the popular Northwest radio show "Front Porch Bluegrass" heard on Spokane Public Radio, and is the music director for the Blue Waters Bluegrass Festival. For the past 10 years he has played mandolin in the rhythm & bluegrass band Big Red Barn.